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Images Dated 14th October 2009

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Clarissa And Lovelace Featured 14 Oct 2009 Print

Clarissa And Lovelace

Clarissa Harlowe and Robert Lovelace take a stroll through Hampstead, circa 1740. An illustration from an early 19th century edition of the 1748 epistolary novel Clarissa, or, the History of a Young Lady, by Samuel Richardson. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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Apache Helicopter Live Firing Featured 14 Oct 2009 Print

Apache Helicopter Live Firing

An Apache helicopter from 4 Regiment, 656 Squadron Army Air Corps, during live firing training at Otterburn Ranges in Northumberland.
The Apache is armed with an M230 30mm Cannon that can fire at a rate of approximately 600 rounds per minute

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Tarbosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork Featured 14 Oct 2009 Print

Tarbosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork

Tarbosaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Tarbosaurus, a large bipedal predator belonging to the same family as Tyrannosaurus Rex (Tyrannosauridae). Of all the tyrannosaurids, the Tarbosauryus has the smallest two-fingered forelimbs in relation to body size. It also weighed more than a ton and its mouth was equipped with dozens of large, sharp teeth and a unique locking mechanism in its lower jaw. It lived in Asia at the end of the Late Cretaceous Period (70-65 million years ago)

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